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Edward MOORE(S)

DaveHam9

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Variation: MORE, MOORE, MOORES

Edward MOORE b. May 1791 Manchester ? d. 14 Jan 1869 Camden

I have no source for the May 1791 and I can't find a record on Lancs OPC.

Edward MOORES - Arraigned in 1818 Lent Session of Lancaster Assizes - sentenced to 14 years - Forged banknotes- Left England on 19 Jul 1818 on 'General Stuart' under command of its owner Robert Granger - Ships Surgeon Andrew Smith RN - arrived Sydney 31 Dec 1818.

Convict vessel 635 tons
Master: Robert Granger
Origin: Portsmouth
Capt Bernard Det 84th Regt
246 male convicts


Death Certificate
Edward Moores Died 14 Jan 1869 'Hardwick', Camden 77 yr 8 mo - Witness William Moore, son, 'Raby'
Buried 15 Jan 1869 Glenmore - Minister George Pickering Wesleyan

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I now have his parents from a marriage record as Joseph MOORE & Elizabeth CLOUGH.

Well, I can say one thing. There are lots of Elizabeth CLOUGHs in Lancs. :D

No sign of the marriage on the lancs OPC or FS.

Baptism record for son has 'Cluff' and I never thought of finding where that middle name came from.

Two dates on certificate 2nd June - born 22 Nov 1814
Name: Joseph Cluff Moores
Record Type: Baptism
Date: 2 Jun 1816
Father's Name: Edward Moores
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Moores
Parish: Saint Mary, Newington
Borough: Southwark
County: Middlesex


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Looks as though I'm out of luck for the marriage of Joseph MOORE & Elizabeth CLUFF / CLOUGH and for the birth/baptism of son Edward.

I wonder if his dob is mentioned at his trial.

Edward's spouse was Elizabeth LOMAS daughter of Robert, blacksmith of Buxton
c. 9 May 1779 Chapel En Le Frith, Derby - submitted IGI record.

I wonder if the 1791 is correct for Edward given the supposed baptism date for Elizabeth.

Arraigned in 1818 Lent Session of Lancaster Assizes - sentenced to 14 years - Forged banknotes.


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Dave
 

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